By Jiahua Pan, Houkai Wei

ISBN-10: 3662463237

ISBN-13: 9783662463239

ISBN-10: 3662463245

ISBN-13: 9783662463246

This ebook makes a speciality of China’s city improvement. In China, the method of permitting extra rural migrants to develop into registered urban citizens in city components continues to be stagnant regardless of its significance to the chinese language govt and the lifestyles of a countrywide consensus approximately it. towns can compulsorily buy land from farmers at low or perhaps no expenditures, and such a lot farmers, whose households have depended on the land to make a residing for generations, don't take advantage of raises in land price. Breaking down the confirmed distributive process of rights and privileges calls for laws and legislations enforcement. To this finish, we have to holiday throughout the present trend of pursuits and appreciate the "citizenization-relevant" rights of rural migrant workers.

Show description

Read Online or Download Annual Report on Urban Development of China 2013 PDF

Similar urban books

Download PDF by Anne-meike Fechter: Transnational Lives

Privileged migrants, reminiscent of expatriates residing in another country, tend to be linked to lives of luxurious in unique destinations. This attention-grabbing and in-depth research finds a extra complicated fact. via concentrating on company expatriates, the writer presents one of many first e-book size reports on 'transnationalism from above'.

Unweaving the Web : Deception and Adaptationin Future Urban - download pdf or read online

Explores using deception in army operations, utilizing the literature of animal and plant biology to intricate upon present deception idea and suggest new paths for technological, doctrinal, academic, and experimental improvement.

Download e-book for kindle: The Modernist City: An Anthropological Critique of Brasilia by James Holston

The utopian layout and association of Bras? lia—the modernist new capital of Brazil—were intended to rework Brazilian society. during this refined, pioneering learn of Bras? lia from its inception in 1957 to the current, James Holston analyzes this try to swap society via development a brand new form of urban and the ways that the paradoxes of creating an imagined destiny subvert its utopian premises.

Additional resources for Annual Report on Urban Development of China 2013

Sample text

Today, rural 34 J. Pan migrant workers who are permanent urban residents should all be covered by Category 1 whether they have steady jobs or not. Category 2 consists of basic social security including basic medical, pension, maternity, workplace injury and unemployment insurances, minimum living allowances for urban residents, affordable housing, general social assistance, and social welfare. The Chinese government may phase in the coverage of rural migrant workers, especially those with steady jobs, by Category 2, before gradually covering the entire permanent urban population.

All these reflect the lower professional skills of migrant workers. Obstacles and Challenges Today, the citizenization of rural migrant workers is faced with six obstacles: costs, institutions, capability, culture, social exclusion and urban capacity. Costs The costs of the citizenization of rural migrant workers mainly refer to financial inputs needed for such migrants to settle down in towns or cities and receive corresponding benefits and equal public services. Sources of such inputs are generally 18 J.

Among them, public costs are primarily added fiscal expenditures needed for the government to provide rural migrant workers with public services, social security and new or expanded infrastructures. Individual costs mainly refer to living and development costs that rural migrant workers and their families need to pay so as to settle down in towns or cities. Businesses must obey China’s Labor Contract Law and provide employees with necessary working conditions, workplace protection, fringe benefits/pay and social insurance.

Download PDF sample

Annual Report on Urban Development of China 2013 by Jiahua Pan, Houkai Wei

by Anthony

Read e-book online Annual Report on Urban Development of China 2013 PDF
Rated 4.14 of 5 – based on 48 votes